If you're looking for Passover restaurants in Miami, check out the following restaurants on Passover or anytime. Keeping kosher and trying to find a place to eat during Passover (which is between February and April) can be very difficult. Fortunately there are some quality Passover-friendly restaurants in the Miami area. Learn about Passover restaurants in Miami at Mademan.
- 41 on the Bay. This Passover friendly restaurant opened in 2009. It was featured in the Jewish Press and it keeps kosher. 41 on the Bay is located near other hotels, restaurants and shuls which also recognize Passover. On Passover, you can service with Chevra Shas in the Tower 41 building. 41 on the Bay is located at 4101 Pinetree Drive Miami Beach, FL 33140.
- Kikar Tel Aviv. The Kikar Tel Aviv Passover restaurant serves traditional Shabbas meals. This includes fish, chulent, kugels, vegetables and wine. Passover is a prepaid system and is served on a buffet. A Passover dinner at Kikar Tel Aviv costs approximately 50 dollars. This restaurant is located near the Carriage Club, which offers services during Passovers, with the Yecheskal Schraga congregation. The Kikar Tel Aviv Restaurant is located at 5005 Collins Ave. Suite C1 Miami, FL 33180.
Shalom Haifa Restaurant. This Passover restaurant is located in the North Miami Beach area. This restaurant is family-owned and operated since 1988., The food served is kosher Moroccan and Middle Eastern; the food is only made from fresh ingredients. The wine is imported mainly from Israel, California and France. On Sundays and during Passover, the Shalom Haifa serves homemade chulent. The Shalom Haifa Restaurant is located at 18533 West Dixie Highway Miami, FL 33180.
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